Ricky Foley works out at Virginia Mason Athletic Center in Renton, Wash. (Ben Liebenberg / NFL.com)

With the Seahawks’ Ricky Foley, as well as the Dolphins’ Cameron Wake and the Redskins’ Chris Wilson, having moved on to the NFL, the Canadian Football League’s BC Lions are looking for the next great player to extend their pass-rushing legacy, writes The Globe and Mail.

    B.C. has led the CFL in sacks for the last four years, so (coach Wally) Buono and (defensive co-coordinator Mike) Benevides know pass rushers. Their last three rush ends – Ricky Foley, Cameron Wake, Chris Wilson – are in NFL training camps this summer, and there is a Leos legacy at the position.

Foley is a decathlete turned football player attempting to make the roster of the Seahawks.

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